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  • At The Princeton Review we've been delivering personal and effective preparation for standardized tests since 1981.

    One of the features that makes our OAT ® course so exceptional is that rather than one instructor, each class has a team of instructors, each an expert in their specific field. So with one class, you'll be learning from anywhere from three to five experts in the areas of Biology, General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Physics, Math and Verbal.

    With over 59 hours of live classroom instruction, practice tests and office hours, you'll meet with your team over 20 times and review every aspect of the test.

    Practice Tests

    We provide four full–length proctored paper tests with detailed analysis of your results as well as three complete timed computerized tests (just like the actual OAT). Practice tests serve several functions. First, they help you identify your strengths and weaknesses so you know where to focus your studying energy. Second, they help you track your progress—it's easier to stay motivated when you can see improvement. And lastly, they let you get a feel for the test so you know what to expect. So come test day, you'll have the confidence you need to do your best.


    You'll receive the following materials with review, practice passages and questions, complete with full explanations:

    • Review Manual 1: 500+ pages of physics and g–chem review
    • Review Manual 2: 600+ pages of biology and o–chem review
    • Workbook: 200+ pages of review and questions
    • In–Class Workbook: 600+ pages with hundreds of practice problems, with complete explanations


    Schedule too hectic to enroll in a class? Prefer one–on–one or three–on–one instruction? Our private or small group tutoring options might be right for you.

  • OAT is a trademark of the Association of Schools & Colleges of Optometry (ASCO). The Princeton Review is not affiliated with Princeton University or ASCO.